Logic Pro 9 No Sound from MOV file

#1
I have loaded a .mov file into logic. I can get the picture to play however, I don't get the soundtrack on the video. I can play soft-synths and they sound. I have played the video in Quicktime and know that it has dialogue. I have gone into settings>video>sound output and selected system sounds. I must be missing something simple. If you have a suggestion, it is much appreciated.

LMP
 

Eli

Logician
#2
Don't forget to turn up the little volume fader within the QT window inside Logic. It defaults to being off (all the way down) when Logic loads it in.
 
#3
Yes, that's it

Eli,

Yes, that's it. Thank you. BTW, I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the Logic 9 Qwik Trix video. Lots of good content in there. I would like to understand Environment, Transformer and Hyper Editor better. Perhaps the folks at Groove 3 would agree to do one focused on those advanced tools.

Regards,
Larry
 

Eli

Logician
#4
Hey Larry,

Thanks! Glad you're enjoying them. I'll forward your comments on to the publishers and see what they think.
 
#5
While we're at it, Eli, I've been going through ALL entire Groove 3 tutorials via the All-Access Pass. Great stuff by the way. I now intend to do it all again for the info that's already leaked out of my porous cranium.

I was surprised that apparently none of the Logic tutorials spent more than a passing glance at Scoring! Wow! That is one of my main intents with the software--and the manual is cruel! :)

Pass that on to Groove as well, if you will.

-- Gerry
 

Eli

Logician
#6
I think I touched on it very basically in Logic 9 Explained. And I made it a point of using it in some of the Qwik Trix videos to demonstrate some of the MIDI editing functions. But you're right. There's no real comprehensive coverage of the score. I will pass it along.
 
#7
Agree with GScott

Agree with GScott, I have got 'em all and am in the process of a second viewing.

Re: Scoring, absolutely agree. Its not well covered in either the Groove 3 or the Apple Pro Training. I have picked up enough to get by, but more training would be helpful. Scoring is the only part of Logic that I am not too pleased with. If I need to do something that requires significant notation, or if I am just thinking that way, I will use Sibelius vs. Logic. I expect that there are others who prefer Finale (also an excellent notation program).
 
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